Buckle up, it could get bumpy: The space economy’s vaunted resilience will be tested in 2023
Phil Smith, a senior space analyst at BryceTech, is quoted regarding the space industry’s capacity for reinvention in response to potential macroeconomic shock.
Europe’s space ambitions are hobbled by funding structures
SpaceX financial data is cited from a BryceTech report.
The UK’s attempt to make hypersonic flight a reality
Phil Smith of BryceTech is quoted regarding incremental steps still required in the decades-long journey to a finished system of a commercial product akin to passenger aircraft within the hypersonic flight industry.
The era of bespoke satellite data is coming
BryceTech CEO Carissa Christensen is quoted regarding government investment in analytic products.
Artemis mission: NASA’s plan to go to the moon, and stay
BryceTech Senior Analyst, Phil Smith, is quoted in this article regarding the future of a potential moon economy.
The new space race will drive innovation. Here’s where it goes next.
BryceTech CEO, Carissa Christensen is quoted in this article regarding the growing international space industry and the potential conflicts that could arise as well as opportunities to mitigate them.
Elon Musk’s Rocket Man at SpaceX Channels His Boss
BryceTech Senior Analyst, Phil Smith, is quoted in this article regarding how SpaceX’s future success will impact the wider space industry.
The coming Moon economy
Carissa Christensen, founder and CEO of BryceTech, is quoted regarding the top reasons for early government spending on aspects of the space industry.
Why Dual-Use and Defense Technologies are the Next Growth Sectors
Data from BryceTech’s 2022 State of Satellite Industry report is cited multiple times in this article on defense technologies.
AROSE forms space council, boosts mining ties
BryceTech CEO Carissa Christensen is quoted in reference to the topic of positive outcomes that the creation of the Australian Remote Operations for Space and Earth consortium (AROSE) will have for Australia and the advanced technology industry more widely.
International Space Council to Help Guide Australia’s Remote Operations
CEO Carissa Christensen joins the Australian Remote Operations for Space and Earth consortium (AROSE) space council.
Ugandan government seeks Shs100b for satellite works
Data from BryceTech on the global number of satellites in operation is cited.
Who won 2022’s edition of the GovCon awards?
Award winners from the 2022 GovCon Awards are celebrated and showcased, including BryceTech, who won Contractor of the Year in the Up to $25 Million category.
Max Q: Halloween Special
This reports on BryceTech releasing its quarterly report on launch and satellites, finding once again that SpaceX leads for number of launches and number of spacecraft launched to orbit.
Arianespace partners with Australian space tug startup
BryceTech data on orbital transfer vehicle (OTV) applications generating $100s of millions in revenue during the next decade is cited in this Space News article.
Space Tugs will save operators “millions”
Multiple data points on orbital transfer vehicle (OTV) revenue generation, industry development, and other financial projections are cited in this article from Advanced Television.
SpaceX hasn't flown a Falcon Heavy rocket since 2019. Here's why.
BryceTech’s Phil Smith is quoted regarding large space vehicle use and industry demand.
All Of The World’s Spaceports On One Map
A map graphic from BryceTech is included in this article which shows a comprehensive look at the world’s spaceports (both orbital and sub-orbital) as well as ballistic missile test sites.
Von Braun Symposium and Memorial Dinner to welcome aerospace executives and leaders
Press release of upcoming major event, highlighting BryceTech CEO Carissa Christensen as a keynote speaker as part of the symposium agenda.
Space tourism has a distant destination
Covering the topic of current human spaceflight demand and how the industry may change and develop in the future, this article is supported with direct quotes from BryceTech CEO Carissa Christensen.
Space travel is a long way from its destination
BryceTech CEO Carissa Christensen is quoted in reference to the topic of human spaceflight and projecting how the demands of the industry may develop in the future.
The race to reinvent the space station
CEO Carissa Christensen is quoted about NASA’s funding of American companies building the next International Space Station.
Major operator consolidation is a long time coming
BryceTech analyst Phil Smith is quoted regarding the impact COVID-19 has taken on the space industry, first impacting labor and then supply chains.
Riding the consolidation wave
BryceTech analyst Phil Smith is quoted regarding the impact of satellite operator consolidation on orders of broadband satellites for geostationary orbit as operators rationalize their merged fleet.
Thai Aerospace Entrepreneur James Yenbamroong Bets Big With Spacetech Firm
BryceTech data on global funding to commercialize space cited in this article from Forbes.
Is Space the Final Frontier for U.S. National Security?
Reporting including BryceTech's data on 2021 investments in start up space ventures and the expected future growth of the space economy.
Subsidy blow for Elon Musk raises questions over orbital broadband
Carissa Christensen is quoted regarding satellite & space industry-related technology investments in this article from Financial Times.
Maritime Launch Services: Interim Management Discussion and Analysis
Multiple data points from several BryceTech space industry reports are cited in Market Screener’s management discussion and analysis.
Max Q: Testing, testing
SpaceX launch tonnage and other spacecraft launch-related data from the Q2 2022 Bryce Briefing report is referenced and linked in this edition of Max Q.
Minoo Rathnasabapathy Speaks on BBC and ABC News Australia about Space Sustainability
The Space Enabled research group is a consortium that includes BryceTech, and has designed and developed the Space Sustainability Rating (SSR) and has been highlighted recently in space sustainably features from two major news outlets.
Report: SpaceX dominates launch activity
Multiple data points of spacecraft launch metrics from the Q2 2022 Bryce Briefing report are cited in this article from Advanced Television.
Investors at ISSRDC 2022: Focus on Fundamentals
Discussion of some of the key takeaways from a recent panel session Carissa Christensen guided and moderated at the July 2022 ISSRDC conference.
Rating for designing sustainable space systems
Reporting on the Space Sustainability Rating (SSR) was developed over the last six years by a consortium including BryceTech, and has been beta tested by a number of operators to ensure the tool s accuracy and practical use.
New space race holds promise, but possible environmental risks, too
Program manager and senior analyst, Phil Smith, is quoted by The Washington Post, where he discusses the economic viability of spaceports and explains that much of the space industry’s growth is coming from big batches of small satellites being transported on large rockets.
10 Smallsat Startups to Watch
Data from BryceTech’s annual Start-Up Space Report 2022 is cited in this article.
Report: Space economy worth $368bn
Advanced Television references data from BryceTech’s 2022 State of the Satellite Industry Report.
UK Space Agency Corporate Plan 2022-25
Data from BryceTech was cited from our Smallsats by the Numbers 2022 and Size and Health of the UK Space Industry 2021 reports in this UK Space Agency article.
The new space economy is ready for lift-off
Space investment data from BryceTech was cited in this article from Engineering & Technology.
CEO Carissa Christensen to moderate ISSRDC Investory Session
Christensen will moderate the ISSRDC Investor Session at the July 2022 conference, and is featured in this ISS National Laboratory article “Space economy worth $368bn”.
The space industry’s bubble is at risk of bursting
Axios Space quotes Carissa Christensen, founder and CEO of BryceTech.
SIA Reports the Global Space Industry Grew 4% in 2021
Via Satellite references data from BryceTech’s 2022 State of the Satellite Industry Report.
Space Tech Gains Ground in Spending, Funding, Feasibility
Government Technology references data from BryceTech’s Start-Up Space Report 2022, as well as quotes from Richard Leshner and Carissa Christensen.
Space Sustainability Rating launches
The Space Sustainability Rating is the product of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Space’s program to incentivise safer behaviour in space. The GFC appointed experts BryceTech among others to develop a rating system.
Hon Hai vetting satellite, smart car tech
Taipei Times references data from BryceTech when discussing various aspects of the global space economy.
Is Astra Space Stock Ready to Launch Real Revenues?
Nanalyze references BryceTech data as they discuss both “NewSpace” start-up space company investments and smallsat launches.
BryceTech Wins SECAF Government Contractor of the Year ($7.5 to $15 Million in Revenue)
BryceTech is honored to be the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) award winner for Government Contractor of the Year ($7.5 to $15 Million in Revenue).
BryceTech Publishes Their 2022 Start-Up Space Report In Commercial Space Ventures
SatNews references BryceTech as they discuss the record-breaking investment in the space industry in 2021.
Space Startups Received a Record $15B in Financing in 2021, BryceTech Reports
Via Satellite references BryceTech’s 2022 Startup Space report data.
BryceTech Nominated for SECAF Government Contractor of the Year ($7.5 to $15 Million in Revenue)
BryceTech is honored to be a Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) finalist for Government Contractor of the Year ($7.5 to $15 Million in Revenue).
Dozens of Starlink satellites from latest launch to reenter after geomagnetic storm
SpaceNews references data from a presentation by CEO Carissa Christensen at the SmallSat Symposium.
BryceTech’s Carissa Christensen Shares the Science of Space Industry Soothsaying
CEO Carissa Christensen is featured on the Via Satellite podcast, where she discusses the demand for space data.
The space industry’s monumental 2021
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the industry’s growth in 2021 and the risks being exposed.
With a huge infusion of cash, Sierra Space hopes to get its Dream Chaser spaceplane and space station off the ground
Bryce investment data about Start-Up Space activity was featured.
UK space sector survey – Size and Health 2021
The annual survey on the size and Health of the UK space industry is now open.
Max Q: No (American) boots on the moon until 2025, NASA says
Q3 Bryce Briefing data on orbital launches by country and upmass is featured.
Introducing the 2021 WT Fast 50
BryceTech was named one of the 50 fastest growing small businesses in the government market by Washington Technology.
SpaceX takes 4 passengers to orbit–a glimpse at private spaceflight’s future
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the growth of private spaceflight.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX Seeks Next Space Milestone With Launch This Week
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on SpaceX's approach to launch and engineering innovation.
Investors are placing big bets on a growing space economy. But can they reach orbit?
Bryce data around space investment activity is featured.
The state of space startups
Space start-ups brought in record funding in 2020. Data provided by BryceTech.
Why This Software Engineering Company Is Making A Big Bet On Space
Remote sensing satellite owners and manufacturers pulled in record revenue in 2020. Data provided by BryceTech.
The Amazonification of Space Begins in Earnest
Investors more than doubled their investment in space startups in 2020. Data provided by BryceTech.
Start-Ups Aim Beyond Earth
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on investment activity and government interest in space-related ventures.
Space debris tracker LeoLabs raises $65 million as satellites launch to orbit at unprecedented rate
The number of spacecraft launched to orbit increased dramatically in 2020. Data provided by BryceTech.
Welcome to the spaceflight revolution
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the increased focus on military and commercial spaceflight.
The Future of the U.S. Space Force and Defense IT: BryceTech COO Shares a Veteran’s Perspective
Ian Dickinson, COO at BryceTech, offers his insight on the future of the U.S. Space Force, and how his experience as a veteran impacted his career.
Government cash is king for private spaceflight
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the U.S. government’s investment in the space ecosystem.
SpaceX Launch Reaches Space Station in Latest NASA Mission
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the SpaceX crewed launch with NASA.
The revolution in satellite technology means there are swarms of spacecraft no bigger than a loaf of bread in orbit
The sizes and costs of satellites have decreased dramatically. Data provided by BryceTech.
OneWeb sends up 36 broadband internet satellites
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the UK’s decision to become an investor in OneWeb.
Bryce Space and Technology Rebrands to BryceTech
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the new name and the alignment with the company’s growth strategy.
Bryce Space and Technology Announces Name Change to “BryceTech”
BryceTech’s new name better aligns with the company’s broadening capability and client base, which includes DoD, NASA, DHS, USAF, HHS, NOAA, and CWMD customers as well as numerous Fortune 500 companies.
What’s behind SpaceX’s $74 billion valuation: Elon Musk’s two ‘Manhattan Projects’
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on SpaceX’s latest round of funding and the commercial launch market.
Industry still sees strong demand for smallsat launch services
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the launch market.
Space industry investment continues to grow
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the start-up space industry. Data provided by BryceTech.
Jeff Bezos Renews Focus on Blue Origin, Which Has Been Slower to Launch
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on what Jeff Bezos’ announcement could mean for Blue Origin and the space industry.
Rocket start-up Astra to go public in race for commercial space
Senior Analyst Phil Smith comments on Astra’s announcement to go public.
SpaceX launches a ‘rideshare’ mission carrying 143 spacecraft, a record for a single launch
Senior Analyst Phil Smith comments on SpaceX’s advantage as a launch service provider.
The gold rush of space: venture capital investing in space startups
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith comments on start-up capital in the space industry.
The space industry comes of age
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the space industry being resistant to the COVID-19 pandemic.
How Space Startups Survived and Investors Thrived in a Year of Unknowns
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the start-up space industry. Data provided by BryceTech.
Removing space debris requires action and caution
BryceTech is working with other organizations, such as WEF and MIT’s Space Enabled Research Group, to develop the Space Sustainability Rating.
The pandemic couldn’t keep the space industry down
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the commercial and government space industry priorities during the pandemic.
SpaceX Starship prototype reaches new heights before hard, fiery landing in South Texas
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith comments on the rigorous, iterative spacecraft testing.
Space is outgrowing its billionaires
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on visionary space investors. Data provided by BryceTech.
Japan’s Space Startup Market Blooms
The number of non-U.S. investors in the space industry is rising. Data provided from Bryce’s 2020 Start-Up Space report.
China Set To Beat US, Russia Again In Space Launch Race
China has launched a total of 29 satellites in the first three quarters of 2020. Data provided by BryceTech.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit Seeks $1 Billion Valuation in Fundraising
CEO Carissa Christensen shares insights on the commercial space market.
Space industry rebounds from pandemic
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the start-up space environment.
Starship Troopers? TRANSCOM-SpaceX Accord Raises Policy Eyebrows
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on SpaceX’s ability to build a community around a product.
Take-off for UK-built supercomputer nanosatellites
Spire Global UK launched four nanosatellites backed by the UK government. Data provided by BryceTech.
The pandemic is speeding up the space internet race
Head of Analytics Manny Shar comments on the commercial smallsat industry and satellite broadband.
SSPI Announces the 2020 “20 Under 35” List of Young Professionals to Watch in the Coming Years
Head of Analytics Manny Shar is recognized as a 20 Under 35 SSPI professional for the second year in a row.
Space Business: Launch is over
SpaceX and Rocket Lab capture notable market share of the smallsat launch industry. Data provided by BryceTech.
China’s Landscape raises $175 million for Zhuque-2 launch vehicles
In 2019, 16 percent of global investment in commercial space went to startups in China. Data provided by BryceTech.
Geospatial Imagery Analytics Market Size 2020, Share, Growth Focusing on Top Key Players
Increase in investments in new satellite systems in North America results in the region dominating the geospatial imaginary analytics market. Data provided by BryceTech.
What's next for SpaceX’s banner year
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith comments on SpaceX’s innovation with rockets.
SpaceX is manufacturing 120 Starlink internet satellites per month
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith comments on SpaceX’s ability to launch Starlink satellites.
Space race? America's new path to the ISS could affect relationship with Russia
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith shares the history of Russia’s Soyuz-2 rocket.
Government’s role in the small launch market not quite black and white
Vice President of Commercial Space Janice Starzyk shares insights on the government’s role in the commercial market. Find more on pages 14-15 in the digital issue of SpaceNews.
NASA, SpaceX bring astronauts home in Gulf of Mexico splashdown
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith comments on the water landing of NASA astronauts.
Space’s big year is being blunted
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the November 2020 U.S. election and the impact it could have on federal funding for the space industry.
SpaceX success has Asia startups dreaming of the stars
SpaceX’s impact on Asian space startups. Data provided by BryceTech.
Record number of satellites launched in 2019
A record number of satellites were launched into space in 2019. Data provided by BryceTech.
Commercial launch industry off to slow start in 2020
Vice President Janice Starzyk comments on the state of the commercial space industry for the first half of 2020.
The European rocket challenging SpaceX and Rocket Lab in the growing U.S. small satellite market
Vice President Janice Starzyk comments on the competition between launch service providers in the smallsat market.
Rocket Report: Another no-go for MOMO rocket, SpaceX invests in McGregor
Tracking the Chinese launch industry. Data from the Bryce Space and Technology China Orbital Launch Activity 2020 report.
Forget Dragon, the Falcon 9 rocket is the secret sauce of SpaceX’s success
CEO Carissa Christensen comments SpaceX’s advancements and advantage on building the world’s only reusable, orbital rocket.
NASA, SpaceX pull off first astronaut liftoff from U.S. soil since 2011
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith comments on the impact the SpaceX launch may have on the cost of accessing space.
SpaceX chases history with crew launch while bigger hurdles loom
SpaceX continues to make an impact on the commercial launch market. Data provided by BryceTech.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX Readies First Astronaut Launch by Private Firm
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on SpaceX’s impact on the space industry.
How the SpaceX Crew Dragon mission could shape the future of commercial space
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on NASA and SpaceX’s latest mission shaping the future of the commercial space industry.
Here‘s What Astronauts Will Do On SpaceX‘s First Crewed Mission
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith shares insights on SpaceX‘s first crewed mission.
30 Voices on 2030: The Future of Space
CEO Carissa Christensen is recognized as a global leader in the space industry and comments on the sector‘s future.
‘The beginning of a new era:’ NASA astronauts prepare to fly in a capsule once again
Senior Space Analyst Phil Smith comments on the spacecraft design.
How the space industry is weathering the coronavirus pandemic
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the space investment impact of COVID-19.
COVID analytics puts geospatial industry in spotlight
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the new attention COVID-19 has put on the importance of satellite data.
Space executive: Government can’t save every startup but can do a lot
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on foreign investment concerns fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Smallsat launch delays prompt push for greater standardization
Every small satellite launched commercially in the last five years suffered delays. Data provided by BryceTech.
Nuclear Energy Could Power The Trillion-Dollar Space Race
Private investment in the space industry is growing. Data provided by BryceTech.
Bryce Selected for NASA Proposal
Bryce was selected as one of five companies to support NASA’s efforts to enable a Low-Earth Orbit Economy. Bryce will develop an integrated action plan to address barriers to growth of the low-Earth orbit economy; while other selected companies will seek to raise the technological readiness level of their products and move them to market. We look forward to the opportunity to help NASA enable a sustainable, scalable, and profitable market for services and products in low-Earth orbit (LEO).
Webinar | OneWeb’s Bankruptcy: Impacts and Implications for the Satellite Industry
Vice President of Commercial Space Janice Starzyk joins SpaceNews and panelists in a discussion about why OneWeb failed, and what’s likely to come of its assets.
Coronavirus pandemic puts pressure on time-sensitive space missions
Data used from the BryceTech Start-Up Space report.
SpaceX Competitor OneWeb Is Reportedly Bankrupt
Vice President Janice Starzyk comments on venture finance being a high-risk game for space startup investments.
Space start-ups raised $5.7 billion in financing in 2019
Investors continue to fund space start-ups. Data from the Start-Up Space 2020 report.
Space startups receive record-setting investment in 2019, report says
Space startups broke financing records in 2019 receiving $5.7 billion. Data from the Bryce Start-Up Space 2020 report.
Startup financing flourished in 2019 with no sign of slowing
Startup space investment continues to scale. SpaceNews breaks down data from the Bryce Start-Up Space 2020 report.
Asia’s mobile revolution puts satellite makers into spin
Low-cost satellite communications are changing industries across Asia. Data provided by BryceTech.
SpaceX and Amazon are making huge gambles on internet satellites that just might pay off – and transform where people live and work
CEO Carissa Christensen shares insights into how the transportation industry will evolve over the next decade with the help of satellites.
Tissue-box-size satellite created by Rice University students to help tackle space junk
Rice University students are developing a research satellite to help prevent satellite collisions. Data provided by BryceTech.
SpaceX’s new space tourism offer: 5-day flight in Crew Dragon capsule
Vice President of Commercial Space Janice Starzyk comments on the state of the space tourism industry.
Why SpaceX will take its Starlink satellite business public
SpaceX is considering a spinoff of Starlink in the years ahead. Data provided by BryceTech.
Smallsat industry faces challenges to growth
Vice President of Commercial Space Janice Starzyk comments on the smallsat industry. Data originated from Bryce’s Smallsats by the Numbers 2020 report.
Work advances on space sustainability rating
BryceTech and three other institutions are working to develop a space sustainability rating system.
1 big thing: The earthly limit on satellite ambitions
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on advising investors about where to look when investing in the satellite industry.
Space startups warming to U.S. government as investor, customer
CEO Carissa Christensen discusses space investment activity from 2019.
What 2020 could bring in spaceflight
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the state of the space industry.
Commerce Department to develop new estimate of the size of the space economy
Various organizations estimate the size of the global space economy. Data provided by BryceTech.
Boeing’s Starliner puts itself in the wrong orbit, won’t reach space station
Vice President of Commercial Space Janice Starzyk comments on Boeing’s Starliner capsule launch.
SpaceX Is Lobbying Against Amazon’s Internet-Beaming Satellites
Vice President of Commercial Space Janice Starzyk comments on Amazon’s late application to the FCC for Project Kuiper.
Griffin: DoD Can’t Rely on Commercial Satellite Communications
Vice President of Commercial Space Janice Starzyk comments on the state of affairs between the Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering CTO Mike Griffin and the U.S. Air Force and Army.
Virgin Galactic’s Quest Could Get Bumpier
Virgin Galactic becomes the first space-tourism venture to be publicly traded. Data used from BryceTech.
Elon Musk’s Starlink project underlines the risks of the major legal void in space
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the long-term challenges, costs, and benefits of charters and satellite constellation projects.
Space Manufacturing May Soon Remake the Planet Below
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the financial success of space-related business in Bloomberg’s Giant Leap documentary series.
The Space Industry Is Getting Down to Business
CEO Carissa Christensen writes about the evolving space ecosystem driven by the private sector.
How to Invest in Space
Start-up space investment data used from BryceTech’s industry report.
Lunar startup ispace raises Japan’s hopes for a giant leap
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the state of the industry for space startups.
This Radar Image Highlights The Growth Of The Small Satellite Industry
Major milestone for Finland-based imaging satellite startup. Data used from BryceTech.
Bryce Report Finds Launch Unit Standard Provides Faster Access to Space
A new study by Bryce found that Launch Unit (Launch-U), a small satellite, standard form factor concept, has the potential to provide faster access to space.
SpaceX and Boeing team up for satellite launch. Here’s what brought them together.
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the human spaceflight market on a panel as an industry expert in Atlanta.
NASA seeks “industrialization” of low Earth orbit with ISS commercialization strategy
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the commercial launch market.
Hearing: The Commercial Space Landscape: Innovation, Market, and Policy
CEO Carissa Christensen testified before the House of Science, Space and Technology Committee. She discussed three key elements of today’s commercial space activities.
Bryce Awarded $10M NASA Contract
BryceTech was recently awarded a contract supporting National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) with a ceiling value of nearly $10 million.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Volusia County aim to land piece of growing space industry.
Alexandria, Virginia-based BryceTech found that Volusia County is well-positioned to cater to the growing private space industry.
Japan nurtures Asian entrepreneurs for edge in new space race
Commercial launches expected to grow as costs come down. Data provided by BryceTech.
Bryce Awarded $10M NASA Contract
BryceTech was recently awarded a contract supporting NASA with a ceiling value of nearly $10 million.
Return on Space
The Luxembourg space economy, investment trends, and data from the Start-Up Space 2019 report.
SpaceX faces daunting challenges if it’s going to win the internet space race
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on competition in the satellite industry.
How Launch Providers are Standing Out in a New Commercial Market
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the demand for small satellites and the success of providers in the emerging LEO market.
NASA to allow private citizens to fly to the International Space Station
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on NASA’s decision to commercialize the International Space Station and its impact on the space industry.
An Executive Summary: Start-Up Space — Investments in commercial space ventures through 2017
A close look at investment data and trends in the start-up space industry with findings from our latest report.
A new space race
How satellites have contributed to the overall space economy, with data included from the 2019 State of the Satellite Industry report.
Blue Origin, Boeing and other ventures lay out ideas for commercial space stations
Bryce analyzed future low earth orbit markets for industry partners as part of a recent NASA study.
Elon Musk just ignited the race to build the space internet
UK Head of Analytics, Manny Shar, comments on the demand for space-based internet services.
Companies encourage NASA to press ahead with LEO commercialization efforts
Panelists at Space Tech Expo examine progress on NASA’s LEO commercialization efforts. “Has LEO commercialization been eclipsed by the lunar landing?” asked Mike French, SVP of commercial space.
Musk says Starlink “economically viable” with around 1,000 satellites
What lies ahead for SpaceX satellite launches. Data included from the 2019 State of the Satellite Industry report.
USG Launch Revenue Soars 50% In 2018: Satellite Industry Association
Growth in the satellite industry with data from the 2019 State of the Satellite Industry report.
Recognising Sustainable Behaviour
In an effort to mitigate space debris, WEF has partnered with MIT’s Media Lab and ESA, to launch a ‘Space Sustainability Rating.’ Bryce will be working on this initiative in collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin.
Nearly 3 dozen companies are trying to go to space
CEO Carissa Christensen discusses cost-effective options for companies looking to launch small satellites.
Why a Space Force could be good for business
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the potential benefits of having a Space Force to bridge the gap between commercial space companies and the military and intelligence communities.
Pentagon Commercial Space Choices Widen As Space Unicorns Blossom
The influx of venture capital invested in start-up space and the future of public-private partnerships. Data included from our Start-Up Space 2019 report.
Space investment hits record high in 2018
The Bryce report estimates the largest single deal last year was $750 million invested in Blue Origin by its founder, billionaire Jeff Bezos. CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the 2019 Start-Up Space Report data.
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launches its first satellite into a rapidly changing market
Aerospace Analyst, Phil Smith, provides insight on the Falcon Heavy launch vehicle.
Investment in US Space industry reaches record levels in 2018
Investors poured a record $3.2 billion into the U.S. space industry in 2018, according to a new study released on Tuesday, spanning both early- and late-stage startups and underscored by increasing interest from venture capitalists.
Smallsats By The Numbers: A discussion of the smallsat industry
Aerospace Analyst, Tara Halt, provides insight on the smallsat industry with data from our Smallsats by the Numbers 2019 report.
How the space industry learned to stop worrying and love the bubble
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the oversupply of small launch vehicles within the space industry.
As Space Industry Booms, Sourcing for Aerospace Contract Manufacturing Takes Off
Business success for the U.S. space industry with data included from our 2018 Start-Up Space report.
NASA budget reveals even more reliance on private companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin
Mike French, senior vice president for commercial space, comments on what private companies are top contenders for winning NASA contracts.
Billions flow to US space industry, but reckoning looms
Senior Vice President, Mike French, comments on partnerships between the government and new space companies.
For Japan’s ispace, the Moon is the limit
Mike French, senior vice president for commercial space, comments on ispace’s partnership with Draper.
SpaceX to launch Crew Dragon capsule without humans aboard
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on public-private partnerships.
What Will It Take To Turn A Profit In Space?
Investments in commercial space with supporting data from our 2018 Start-Up Space report.
OneWeb wants to rebuild the Internet in space, connecting billions not on the Web. Can it succeed?
CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on OneWeb’s success and challenges.
Why the future of satellite internet might be decided in rural Alaska
Manny Shar, UK head of analytics, comments on OneWeb’s core market.
Smallsat industry faces new challenges to growth
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the success of space companies in 2019.
Cutbacks at Stratolaunch, Virgin Galactic show the space industry is entering a second stage
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the new phases of business at SpaceX and Virgin Galactic.
SpaceX will soon launch and land its giant Mars spaceship. But its other 2019 goals are more down-to-earth.
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the uncertainty within the commercial market for planetary exploration and finding a balance between existing and future markets.
In space, the US sees a rival in China
Senior space analyst, Phil Smith, comments on space budgets in the United States and China.
‘Move fast and break things,’ satellite edition: FCC fines Swarm $900,000 for launching without permission
Senior space analyst, Phil Smith, comments on the importance of having a regulatory body for satellite activity.
Virgin Galactic reaches suborbital space for the first time. Now it’s closer to flying customers there.
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on Virgin Galactic’s success and its impact on the suborbital space tourism industry.
The SpaceX “Clown Car” Launch Actually Worked – Here’s How
The appeal of small satellites with data included from the Smallsats by the Numbers 2018 report.
Pint-Sized Space Race: Miniature Rockets Are Starting To Crowd Launch Pads
Competition in the satellite industry with supporting data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry report.
Russia’s Security Agency Pulls Ambitious Satellite Internet Venture Back to Earth
CEO Carissa Christensen discusses the impact of OneWeb’s uncertainty on Roscosmos.
Space launch firms start small today to go big tomorrow
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the future space economy.
NASA stands by SpaceX, even as Elon Musk’s troubles grow
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on NASA’s partnership with SpaceX
1 big thing: The new global race to space
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the small satellite launch market.
SpaceX has big plans for its BFR. Can it find enough billionaires to pay for the rocket?
CEO Carissa Christensen and SVP Mike French discuss revenue from satellite services and investment activity.
Defense giants bet big on small satellites
The growing market for smaller satellites with supporting data from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry report.
Ariane 6 is nearing completion, but Europe’s work is far from over
Europe aims to sell Ariane 6 rockets for about half the cost of Ariane 5 missions. Data included from our 2018 Annual Compendium of Commercial Space Transportation.
Visionary investors should place their bets in the space race
Investment opportunities in satellite technology with data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry report.
The New Rockets Racing to Make Space Affordable
CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on the drop in launch costs, driven in part by SpaceX.
The military is building a space plane. Now it looks to have an engine up to the task
Senior space analyst, Phil Smith, comments on the launch price tag for Minotaur and Vega rockets.
A trillion-dollar space industry will require new markets
Predictions for a growing space industry with data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry report.
Satellite Industry Continues Upward Climb
Data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry report, prepared by our team for SIA.
How Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX beat Boeing to become a $28 billion aerospace juggernaut
CEO Carissa Christensen shares insight on SpaceX, their achievements and success.
Block 5 rocket launch marks the end of the beginning for SpaceX
CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on the upcoming Block 5 rocket launch.
Leaving Spaceship Europe: British space policy after Brexit
Data from our 2018 Start-Up Space report confirms that 20% of non-U.S. investors in start-up space companies are headquartered in the UK.
UK space industry ponders life without Galileo
Despite a relatively small public budget, the UK is home to the world’s second largest population of space start-ups.
Boeing, Lockheed, ULA corner the government-funded space market. SpaceX moving up.
Start-up space ventures have attracted an estimated $18.4 billion in investments since 2000. Data included from our 2018 Start-Up Space report.
Exploding rockets, the Great Man Theory and other reasons space is heating up again
The number of investors moving into the space industry is growing rapidly. Data from our 2018 Start-Up Space report confirms.
Why Billionaires keep pouring money into the space industry
Data compiled by Bryce shows the billion dollar investments into start-up space ventures.
China Wants To Make A Mark In Space – But It’ll Need A Little Help
CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on the potential partnership between China and Luxembourg.
SpaceX nears launch of Falcon Heavy, facing a changing market for heavy-lift rockets
Bryce’s Phil Smith comments on the Ariane 5 heavy launcher and what makes it unique.
Elon Musk is set to launch his Falcon Heavy rocket, a flamethrower of another sort
SpaceX knows both failure and triumph. Bryce’s data confirms.
How To Launch A Space Startup
Funding for space startups reached an all-time high last year.
SpaceX’s Big Rocket, the Falcon Heavy, Finally Reaches the Launchpad
After years of development, SpaceX is preparing to test its newest rocket. CEO Carissa Christensen comments on its potential.
The Falcon Heavy rocket will be one of SpaceX’s biggest tests yet
CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on the importance of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket launch.
Op-ed: Continued innovation, regulatory reform needed to further U.S. leadership in space
Data included from our 2017 Start-Up Space report
Amazon’s Bezos Fuels Blue Origin To Successful Space Launch
Bezos and fellow billionaires pursuing space exploration and tourism. Investment data prepared by Bryce.
SpaceCom panelists ponder regulatory future of private space
CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on space investment from venture capitalists
Investor interest in space companies remains strong despite no big deals
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on space investment activity in 2017
Three new reports add clarity to Australia’s space sector, a ‘crowded and valuable high ground’
Australia’s existing space capabilities and potential growth opportunities.
Why data analytics is becoming the next frontier for the commercial space industry
The space age is turning into the data age. CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in.
Boeing plans new spaceplane to launch satellites by 2020
Bryce Senior Space Analyst, Phil Smith, comments on the supply and demand of small launch vehicles.
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Richard Branson’s space companies
Investment activity in start-up space ventures with data from the 2017 Start-Up Space report.
Japanese start-up taps into space boom with an Airbnb service for satellites
How launching more satellites will impact data tracking and monitoring on Earth.
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Richard Branson’s space companies
Investment activity in start-up space ventures with data from the 2017 Start-Up Space report.
Private investors push down stratospheric cost of space start-ups
Why 2017 is expected to be a record year for investment in space start-ups. Industry data prepared by Bryce.
Spaceport not ‘pie in the sky’
Phil Smith discusses the launch market and the segment predicted to grow.
SpaceX and Blue Origin could gain from Mike Pence’s call for a return to the moon
Bryce Senior Space Analyst, Phil Smith, comments on the possibility of the U.S. returning to the moon.
Northrop Grumman aims for space with $7.8 billion bid to buy Orbital ATK
Bryce Senior Space Analyst, Phil Smith, weighs in on the potential acquisition.
Infostellar to improve satellite access with global antenna-sharing platform
Why communicating with satellites can be a challenge and what is being done in response, with satellite industry data by Bryce.
Infostellar Aims to Make Satellite Access Less of a Dark Art
How Infostellar plans to change our communication with satellites. Industry data prepared by Bryce.
Space Industry Booms on Wings – And Wallets – Of Billionaires Like Elon Musk
Four billionaires, led by Elon Musk, have kicked off a private-sector space race. Data included from our Start-Up Space Report 2017.
Billionaires punt on space exploration ventures
There are several individuals among the world’s 500 richest people who have an investment in a space enterprise.
Fine Tuning Your Crystal Ball
One of our senior analysts, Carie Mullins, gave a presentation at SGx2017.
Billionaire Moguls Join Musk, Bezos in Race to Outer Space
Data compiled by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index and Bryce reveal billionaires who have an investment in a space enterprise.
The billionaire space race (video)
CEO Carissa Christensen discusses venture investment in space.
In the latest twist for space start-ups, a rocket roars off a country road in Georgia
BryceTech Senior Space Analyst, Phil Smith, comments on the incremental launch progress from Vector Space Systems.
A new generation of giant rockets is about to blast off
Bryce team members discuss potential changes within the launch market.
Risks, Opportunities Seen In Smallsat Market
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the growth in emerging remote sensing companies.
Report: Small Satellites Driving Space Industry Growth
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the growth of the satellite industry and contributing factors.
Satellite industry cites growth as driver for spectrum policy
New investments and initiatives within the satellite industry and data prepared by Bryce.
Small satellites are driving growth in the space industry
CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on the growth of the satellite industry.
SIA: State of Satellite Industry is “Positive”
Breaking down the annual report from SIA, with data prepared by Bryce.
NASA vs the new kids: will the space giant become obsolete?
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on cost saving tactics for future space missions.
The Age of Weightlessness
CEO Carissa Christensen comments in the Smithsonian Magazine about the growing space economy with fellow entrepreneurs.
Will The Billionaires Beat NASA To Planet Mars?
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the viability of commercial ventures for deep space missions.
SpaceX is rushing to beat NASA to Mars
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on launch system reusability and its impact on Mars exploration.
Reaction’s innovative Saber Engine
Bryce’s Phil Smith comments on Reaction Technologies’ unique approach to engine development.
U.S. Military Partners with Space Startups
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the startup investment opportunities in the space industry.
Assuring U.S. space competitiveness
David F. Melcher discusses An AIA report for which Bryce provided data in this op-ed piece.
Ian Dickinson Joins BryceTech Team
BryceTech acquires cyber firm ID Associates and welcomes Brig Gen (Ret.) Ian Dickinson as Chief Operating Officer and senior cyber expert.
SpaceX Launches Its First Truly Reusable Rocket
CEO Carissa Christensen comments in Wired on the successful launch and return of SpaceX’s Falcon 9.
Market Innovation Driving CubeSats into the Mainstream
Principal Investigator Kirsten Armstrong comments on the the scale of CubeSat investment in the March issue of Via Satellite.
Competition intensifies between Blue Origin and SpaceX
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the position of Blue Origin and SpaceX in the future commercial launch market in the Swiss daily Le Temps.
Rocket Labs receives financing
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on financing acquisition by New Zealand-based startup.
Carie Mullins, Senior Engineer: SGX at Satellite 2017 Keynote Series. 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Carissa Christensen, CEO: Innovation Forum Keynote Series. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Goldman Sachs Innovation Symposium
Carissa Christensen, CEO, will be speaking on a panel about space at this full-day symposium on various longer-term thematic topics.
Blue Origin’s first paying customer
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on Jeff Bezos’ announcement of first satellite launch customer for Blue Origin
Richard Branson’s satellite venture
CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the smallsat ecosystem in this Washington Post article on the new Virgin Galactic satellite venture.